Pachypodium eburneum (Apocynaceae) It is a small growing cauduciform plants that looks somewhat like Pachypodium densiflorum but with much heavier spination and more blunt leaves. Flowers are large, showy, ivory colored with a yellow tint in the centre throat on long peduncles. Each peduncle bears about 6 (or more) flowers. Sowing : It is easily propagated from ripe seeds, sown in a normal nursery tray, using a well-drained seed-sowing compost and silica sand mixture (silica sand improves drainage) kept moist and at a temperature of approximately 22°C. The seeds need some degree of humidity for successful germination.
Price is for 4 seeds
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